The Agentis Innovations moisture measuring method uses a planer sensor to generate a low-powered microwave field resonating characteristically within well-defined parameters. Filling or covering the planer sensor with a product – e.g. a powder or granules – will change the position and strength of the resonance. These changes largely depend on how much water the product contains. The resonance readings are proportional to moisture. The effects of the product density variations or sensor load are automatically compensated for. The method allows several dozen, or even several thousand, readings to be taken and shown every second

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